statement takes a single string argument, interprets it as a VBScript
statement or sequence of statements, and executes these statements in
the current context. No value is returned. If you wish to evaluate an
expression (which returns a value) use the Eval function instead.
To pass multiple statements to the Execute function you should use
colons or line-breaks as separators.
Unlike the Eval function, Execute interprets all "=" operators
as assignments rather than comparisons.
Execute("Call MySub 4, strArg2")
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